By Mike Dunn 

Two horsepower brings rush

 


Sitting in the chariot. Holding together two restless horses. Waiting for that gate in front of him to open up.

Bobby Bergeson knows that in any given moment, he could be flung from his chariot. He knows the dangers that lie ahead.

And he embraces those dangers like an old friend.

For the Encampment native, there are few better feelings in the world than chariot racing.

“It’s a heck of a rush,” Bergeson said. “Like people who sky dive or those kinds of things, it does something for you. It gives you that rush.”

In a racing career that spans over a decade, Bergeson first started...



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